An animal lover who adopted a ROOK says it rules the roost

Helen Motteram found the injured bird outside a Prezzo in Cheltenham last year
She took the bird in after realising it coulndn’t fly and wouldn’t survive in the wild
She admits the bird, named Russell Crow, is ‘needy’ and has ‘separation issues’
Helen says the bird steals her phone charger and credit cards from her purse
She says he also rips up her daily newspaper and pecks pictures off the wall

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Animal lover who adopted a ROOK says it rules the roost

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Animal-lover who adopted a disabled ROOK says it now rules the roost – sleeping in her room, hiding credit cards and jewellery and even jealous of her husband.
An animal-lover who adopted a disabled rood says it now rules her home by sleeping in her room, hiding her belongings and becoming jealous of her husband.

Helen Motteram took the injured bird in after realising it wasn’t able to fly and wouldn’t survive in the wild.

The rook is now part of the family, but Helen admits he is ‘needy’ and has ‘separation issues’ – and wants attention all the time.

She says the bird steals her phone charger, pens, credit cards from her purse, and jewellery and also rips up her daily newspaper and pecks pictures off the wall.

And the rook – nicknamed Russell Crow – even starts pecking her husband Tristan if Helen is talking to him and not her pet.

Every night Helen shouts ‘bed time’ and the rook hops up stairs to her bedroom where he sleeps.

Pet behaviourist Helen, who has built him an aviary in the garden, says the bird has grown in confidence and now rules the roost at her house.

She said: ‘Rooks are very needy and they form very strong bonds, so he sees me as one of his own.

‘But they’ll only bond with one person at a time, so he does get jealous if I’m trying to watch TV with my husband – he’ll give me a nasty peck on my foot or come and sit on my shoulder.

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Woman adopts disabled Rook

An animal-lover who adopted a disabled ROOK says it now rules the roost – sleeping in her room, hiding credit cards and jewellery and even jealous of her husband.Caring Helen Motteram took the injured bird in after realising it wasn’t able to fly and wouldn’t survive in the wild. The rook is now part of the family but Helen admits he is ”needy” and has ”separation issues” – and wants attention all the time. It steals her phone charger, pens, credit cards from her purse, jewellery and also rips up her daily newspaper and pecks pictures off the wall.
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Land ahoy! A new ISLAND has appeared off the coast of North Carolina… but visitors are warned to be wary of circling sharks and stingrays
The landmass was described as being just a ‘little bump’ in April
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Coastguards are warning visitors of stingrays and sharks in the area

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